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Phu Yen sets two national records for food

Two Vietnamese records have been set in the central province of Phu Yen – the largest number of dishes created from lobster and the largest number of dishes cooked from tuna.

PM attends launch of tree-planting festival in Phu Yen

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc on February 20 attended the launch of a tree-planting festival in Phu Yen province, which is part of the activities to respond to a programme to plant 1 billion trees initiated by the Government leader.

12 illegal loggers prosecuted for destroying forest in Phu Yen

Phu Yen Police have started the prosecution of 12 illegal loggers related to deforestation in Tay Hoa and Song Hinh districts.

Aerial Photography Awards 2020 honours local photographers

The organisers of the Aerial Photography Awards 2020 have unveiled a number of stunning winning images, including several artworks submitted by Vietnamese photographers.

Nhan Tower: Charm of Cham people

Nhan Tower, known to the locals simply as Cham Tower, is located on a hilltop near Nhan Mountain, on the northern bank of the Da Rang River in Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province.

The Politburo approves three provincial Party secretaries

The Politburo has approved the appointment of the Secretary of the Party Committees of Quang Ngai, Hau Giang, and Phu Yen provinces for the term 2015 - 2020.

Woman goes from garment novice to master

A woman in Phu Yen Province had spent several years training labourers to become skilled garment workers, helping them escape poverty.

Phu Yen’s chive noodle soup

Chive noodle soup is popular in not only Phu Yen Province but also the central region due to its great taste which will make diners unforgettable.

Vietnam photo among breathtaking artworks in world contest

A picture snapped by a Vietnamese photographer has been listed among the impressive artworks by the International Photography Awards, a contest which attracts entries from remarkable pictures from around the world.

Phu Yen, Quang Nam temporarily shut down tourist destinations from July 29

The People’s Committees of Phu Yen and Quang Nam have decided to temporarily shut down tourist attractions from July 29 in a bid to protect health for local residents and visitors amid complex developments of COVID-19.


Dai Lanh Cape and Vung Ro Bay: Two highlights of Phu Yen tourism

Known as the land of “yellow flowers and green grass”, Phu Yen Province has become an alluring tourist magnet for visitors from both at home and abroad.

Phu Yen-style chicken rice

Although chicken rice in the central province of Phu Yen is not as popular as its versions in Hoi An City and Quang Nam Province, the dish is worth a try because its flavor may be unforgettable for diners.

Four officials disciplined for violating COVID-19 regulations

Four Commune People’s Committee members have been reprimanded for attending a party in the middle of social distancing.  

Fishermen create mesmerising patterns at sea

Beautiful images of fishermen casting nests were taken in the central province of Phu Yen by photographer and banker Khanh Phan.

Sedge harvesting in Phu Yen

Sedge is a grass-like plant growing near water. They are easily found in the area of O Loan Lagoon in Phu Yen’s Tuy An District. 

Two officials charged with land management violations

The Investigation Police Agency in central Phu Yen Province has started legal proceedings over two officials in Song Cau Town for their violations on land management.

The pristine coastal beauty of Phu Yen

The movie “I see yellow flowers on green grass” catapulted the central coast province of Phu Yen to fame. 

Phu Yen Museum announces fake antiques

The provincial museum of Phu Yen has recently announced results on fake bronze antiques, stopping rumours that were circulating about the objects.


Localities temporarily shut tourist sites to curb coronavirus spread

The central coastal province of Phu Yen has become the latest locality to suspend sightseeing activities at local relic sites and landscapes, starting from March 13, a move driven by the complex developments of the COVID-19 outbreak.

A look at some of unmissable safe destinations found in Vietnam

Binh Dinh, Phu Yen, Dak Lak, and Gia Lai provinces offer travelers safe destinations, while simultaneously providing various promotions as a means of boosting the flow of domestic tourists.